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2010
Springer

Mesh-based peer-to-peer layered video streaming with taxation

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Mesh-based peer-to-peer layered video streaming with taxation
Recent advance in scalable video coding (SVC) makes it possible for users to receive the same video with different qualities. To adopt SVC in P2P streaming, two key design questions need to be answered: 1) layer subscription: how many layers each peer should receive? 2) layer scheduling: how to deliver to peers the layers they subscribed? From the system point of view, the most efficient solution is to maximize the aggregate video quality on all peers, i.e., the social welfare. From individual peer point of view, the solution should be fair. Fairness in P2P streaming should additionally take into account peer contributions to make the solution incentive-compatible. In this paper, we show that taxation mechanisms can be devised to strike the right balance between social welfare and individual peers’ welfare. We develop practical taxationbased P2P layered streaming designs, including layer subscription strategy, chunk scheduling policy, and mesh topology adaptation. Extensive trace-d...
Hao Hu, Yang Guo, Yong Liu
Added 18 Aug 2010
Updated 18 Aug 2010
Type Conference
Year 2010
Where NOSSDAV
Authors Hao Hu, Yang Guo, Yong Liu
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